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David Cameron’s “fight back” speech, which I listened to on the way in to the office yesterday, reminded me of the American neoconservative response to the counterculture movement and the urban riots of the 1960s and 70s. Following this up, I had … Continue reading
There’s a nice editorial in today’s Guardian that illustrates the centre-left’s support and hopes for the United Nations, as well as an understanding of the challenges it faces: In Washington, the flame of Roosevelt and Truman burns low. Barack Obama and his … Continue reading